Pro Bowl defensive end Sheldon Richardson, criticized on social media for his sporadic attendance in the Jets' offseason program, fired back at fans on Twitter.
The Jets are in good shape with this year's salary cap, but already are $3 million over next year's projected cap.
Safety Rontez Miles is healthy and hungry, determined to be on the Jets' roster. He's also grateful to have the opportunity to be playing at all.
The New York Jets apparently look better than they play.
The Jets' average annual salary is $1.7 million. The franchise's total payroll is $91.9 million, which ranks 71st.
The battle to start at right guard will be a good one; the running back spot is likely to take a committee approach.
The Jets should hold a competition for their quarterback job, but at least they have a Plan B if Geno Smith can't cut it.
Muhammad Wilkerson and fellow defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson were no-shows for the New York Jets' second practice.
NFL Nation TV catches up with Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly and his daughter, Erin Kelly, who will talk about her new book.
Despite throwing 34 interceptions in his first two seasons, Geno Smith is the Jets' unquestioned starter, first-year offensive coordinator Chan Gailey said.
A former New York Jets linebacker pleaded guilty Wednesday to three charges in connection with a domestic dispute that invoked New Jersey's landmark "revenge porn" law.
ESPN's NFL Nation reporters discuss the hot topics in video form regarding each of their teams.
New Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey's No. 1 job is to get more out of Geno Smith than Marty Mornhinweg did.
Football Outsiders IDs the top remaining needs in the AFC East, including the gaping holes at quarterback for the Bills and Jets.
Mike Sando hands out offseason grades for all 32 NFL teams with the help of ESPN analysts Bill Polian, Louis Riddick, Matt Williamson and Field Yates. The Jets come out on top with an A grade.
This week's NFL Nation Spreecast discusses Justin Smith's retirement from the San Francisco 49ers and the Arizona Cardinals' offseason.
What to watch for as the New York Jets begin the first of their 10 OTAs without defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson.
The talk-show icon, who frequently jabs the Jets when they're down (and when they're not), is retiring Wednesday from late-nigh television.
The New York Jets have under $10 million in salary-cap space this offseason.
Jets @ Lions
Ford Field - Thu 8/13